Discussion in 'Home Recording Forum' started by mikerotten, Oct 24, 2010.
Man, I own Nuendo from version 1.5 and now I got N5 not too long ago. And guess what? I still had to and still do spend many hours reading and learning
about those new functions from that manual. Idealy, you should now all functions and procedures by heart to be able to concentrate on music or mixing, etc..
You can achieve that only by repeatedly consulting and learning from this 700 pages manual.
This is just a small part of the trade you have to go through.
Otherwise you end up in a forum, asking for help with a problem that is caused by the weakest link of your setup: the user....LOL...
If you spend as much time with the book to find out about the metronom as I have to write this post, you will be able to fix it yourself and for the rest of your blessed life....
One thing that might help is just opening the PDF Operations manual and doing a "search" ("Find" in PDF) for whatever topic your struggling with like the metronome...I don't think anybody could read and comprehend everything in that manual it is extremely detailed and explains every button/option contained in Cubase!
I'm still trying to figure out the Warp features and all the editing options and then my eyes glaze over and I start fading fast and go back to playing my keyboard! LOL....I fully understand...
If you can't get the metronome to work...just focus on reading that stuff and it will explain every feature for the metronome...I personally never use it as it is way too annoying....LOL
You must read to learn these thingys... or at least hack at it till you get it. Asking more questions doesn't hurt, but it also just begets more questions.
It might be more expensive, but there's a huge advatage: most of them are house-trained, already...
It's so cool I get to be a whore!
Mx. Remy Ann David
what you have is a count in right now, not the metronome. you need to turn the metronome on. there are metronome and pre roll settings right on the transport window. thats about as much spoon feeding as you should get.
true, you may need to put newspaper down for live sound guys though.
We aren't trying to imply anything other than we have all-and I mean every Mod and every experienced audio engineer-had those DOH! head slap moments.
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